Beat ’em up: Simon Gwynn writes on a pugnacious but uneven Tory party satire.
A cryptic racism: J N Benjamin writes on Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ haunting story, set on a cicada-ridden plantation.
“You don’t need me to tell you about Fleabag”: Alice Saville writes on a theatrical homecoming for Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s much-loved feminist antihero.
Star power: Alice Saville writes on Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah’s South Africa-set immersive show.
Weather patterns: Rosemary Waugh writes on James Macdonald’s production of Tennessee Williams’ ‘messy, weird’ play.
Exeunt’s writers have some unashamedly petty bones to pick with theatre world’s biggest hits, past and present.
All budget, no splendour: Kate Wyver writes on a West End revival of Lloyd Webber’s beloved kids’ musical.
Pig-nosed whimsy: Alice Saville writes a poem in response to Hare’s firmly unpoetic rewrite of Ibsen’s verse drama.
Deciding for yourself: Amy Borsuk writes on Ben Weatherill’s tender, inclusive love story.
Divine designs: Hailey Bachrach writes on the visual splendour and religious themes of a slick take on Webber and Rice’s hit musical.
Casa Amour: Nkenna Akunna unearths Love Island parallels in Dominic Hill’s soapy Shakespeare update.
The internet isn’t a choice anymore: Emily Davis crafts a gif-strewn response to Jasmine Lee-Jones’ extremely online debut play.
That wandering feeling: Ava Wong Davies writes on Jack Thorne’s meandering exploration of a family’s story.
“You’re ignoring me”: Ava Wong Davies battles with her doubts about Rupert Goold’s slick but uncomfortable narrative of male innocence.
Charisma and careerdom: Rosemary Waugh writes on Noel Coward’s slightly creaky comedy, starring Andrew Scott.